Back in 1976, while traveling around northwest Colorado, composer and musician Bruce Odland was introduced by locals to the Tank, a sixty-foot-tall water tank outside Rangely. Odland used a circular portal to go inside the never-used tank -- and immediately knew he'd entered a very special sonic won ... More >>
When you were young, they told you that you could do anything. And while that turned out to be true for you only as long as your dreams were limited to peeing your name into the snow in an especially decorative fashion, for God it's literally true. So today, because sometimes God has better t ... More >>
Photo by Tod SeelieDark Dark Dark is wet wet wetAlthough it's often referred to as a "chamber folk" band, Dark Dark Dark (due tonight at The Walnut Room and tomorrow, April 16, at Odd Fellows Hall in Boulder as part of Communikey) from Minneapolis is a horse of a different color. Yes, its sev ... More >>
What is that smell?Using the works of Stephen Batura as inspiration, perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz will combine sight and scent for a live audience tonight at Sense BMoCA, where she will mix up new perfumes on the spot toward the end of answering one of life's most persistent questions: What ... More >>
A now-covered painting.This afternoon, a group of about thirty Catholics from Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in North Denver marched into the headquarters of the Archdiocese of Denver. Their mission? To deliver a letter asking the archbishop for a third time to restore the church's mural of Ou ... More >>
Okay, can we all just agree that Jeff Buckley is a god? Mean, seriously, the man was in a whole other league from all of the other artists of his time. And with the exception of perhaps Jimmy Gnecco from Ours, no one has even come close to displaying the kind of talent he possessed. And he made i ... More >>
Joseph Brodsky has a nose for great coffee. It led him all the way to Ethiopia, in search of the Geisha.
Scholar finds Denver's Sacred Spaces.
Any Dick or Harry can get funky with the Tom Tom Club's first recording in eight years.
The Ice-Fishing Play reels 'em in.
The statue doesn't look like a traditional Our Lady of Guadalupe. But its appearance is just the start of the mystery.